NFL Draft 2013: Statistical Analysis of RB Jordan Roberts, Charleston
*Our RB grades can and will change as more information comes in from Pro-Day workouts, leaked Wonderlic test results, etc. We will update ratings as new info becomes available.
*We use the term "Power RB" (RB-p) to separate physically bigger, more between the tackles capable RBs from our "speed RBs" group. "Speed RBs" (RB-s) are physically smaller, but much faster/quicker, and less likely to flourish between the tackles.
Jordan Roberts is currently rated as ESPN's number...wait a minute...sorry, not on their list. Not included in their top-70 RB prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft.
Jordan Roberts on CBS Sports Draft list for RBs...hold on a second...where did I see him...oh, nope, sorry he's not on their list of the top-55 RB prospects.
Let's go off the grid. Let me check some non-mainstream websites...not listed on this one...not on that one...nowhere to be found here. Jordan Roberts is currently an NFL Draft ghost prospect. At best, he is afforded the typical small-school label, "keep an eye on this small-school guy." He and fifty other D2 names are usually covered with that blanket statement. However, when it comes to money and mouth today...Roberts is not likely going to be found on a prospect ranking list in the mainstream.
At this stage of our 2013 evaluations, Jordan Roberts is among our top-10 RB prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft. We'll step out first and then the rest can follow...